John Francis Murphy  (American, 1853-1921) 

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John Francis Murphy, Summer Landscape

 

John Francis Murphy
Summer Landscape
1888

Pierce Galleries, Inc.
John Francis Murphy, On the Meadow

 

John Francis Murphy
On the Meadow
Questroyal Fine Art, LLC
John Francis Murphy, Landscape with Haystack

 

John Francis Murphy
Landscape with Haystack
Godel & Co. Fine Art
John Francis Murphy, AFTERNOON LIGHT (OCTOBER AFTERNOON)

 

John Francis Murphy
AFTERNOON LIGHT (OCTOBER AFTERNOON)
1913

Driscoll Babcock Galleries
John Francis Murphy, Storm Breaking

 

John Francis Murphy
Storm Breaking
1878-1880

Questroyal Fine Art, LLC
John Francis Murphy, Sunset

 

John Francis Murphy
Sunset
Godel & Co. Fine Art
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John Francis Murphy, Woods at Twilight

 

John Francis Murphy
Woods at Twilight, 1921
oil on panel

 

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John Francis Murphy, Autumn

 

John Francis Murphy
Autumn, 1915
oil on canvas

 

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John Francis Murphy, Gray afternoon

 

John Francis Murphy
Gray afternoon, 1890
oil on canvas

 

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1868   At the age of fifteen, John Francis Murphy went west with his family to Chicago, where he began painting billboards
1874   moved to New York, first to sketch in the Adirondacks (where he met Winslow Homer), then to open a studio in the Tenth Street Studio Building in New York City
1895   Murphy worked in his studio at Arkville, in the Catskills
1882   First one-man show was at Doll and Richards Gallery in Boston
  Showed his works regularly at the National Academy of Design